RailCorp - operator of the NSW rail network is offering train travellers at Circular Quay station in Sydney free Internet access via WiFi for a three month trial period.
on 09/06/2010 – Made popular on 09/06/2010
A three month trial of free Wi-Fi at the Circular Quay train station to end in November 2010 follows the successful launch of a free and paid Wi-Fi service on the Manly Ferry, but competes with the popularity of phone data plans and wireless USB modems.
Written by: Stuart Corner | Published in: MobilityOptus has announced that it has implemented mobile coverage on Sydney's rail network from Central Station to Chatswood in partnership with the NSW Government and RailCorp, and the Government says services will be available to customers of all three networks.
Western Australian rail operator, WestNet Rail has completed its implementation and upgrade of Mincom’s Ellipse enterprise asset management systems to optimise the management of more than 5,000 kilometres of rail infrastructure across the southern half of the state.
Hi I have just flown from New Zealand to Australia and my Samsung Galaxy s3 is refusing to connect to the internet via the wifi at my current location. I have still got my New Zealand sim card in and I am able to connect to the wifi but when looking at the connection all it says next to it is disabled.
Set to be a potential godsend to FireSheep abusers, 200,000 ferry passengers on Sydney’s 13 “First Fleet” ferries are now able to enjoy free Wi-Fi from today, with sensible limits to prevent leeching while still giving useful and useable Wi-Fi access.
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